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Variation in certain species of birch in the content of lipids in the buds in the north of European Russia



Variation in certain species of birch in the content of lipids in the buds in the north of European Russia



Lesovedenie (6): 46-52



An account of studies during 1975-77 on the buds of Betula pendula, B. pendula var. carelica, B. pubescens, B. pubescens ssp. subarctica, and B. pubescens ssp. Tortuosa in S. Karelia and on the Kola peninsula. Data on the content of lipids in the buds at different times of year are shown in tables and graphs. The buds of B. pubescens had a distinctly higher content of lipids than those of B. pendula, the difference being 10-15% (oven-dry wt. basis) or 20-25 mg (calculated for 10 green buds).

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